Calling All Freedom Fighters! How Do You Balance Work and Travel?

Whether you’re brand new here or you’ve been following along since day one (hey, mom!) there’s a pretty good chance that you’ve heard me talk about how the idea for Let’s bnb came about. Kyle wanted to move to San Francisco so he could be a part of the growing tech scene and I wanted to travel and work remotely with my freelance design business. In an effort to please both parties, we decided to see what it would be like to travel within San Francisco and live out of Airbnbs for a year. And just like that, a good old fashioned compromise was born.

Now, almost two months into our year-long journey, I can honestly say that I feel like a traveler.

Heck, I live like a traveler. I probably smell like one too, on the days that I forget to wiggle. And Kyle? He’s happy as a clam working from his office down on Market Street, going to meet-ups, and being around his likeminded, cat-gif-sharing peers. We can truly say that we’ve found a nearly perfect way to experience a balance between freedom and stability in our lives, and we absolutely love chronicling that journey here on the blog.

But now that we’ve started that conversation, we need to keep it going.

Living out of Airbnbs throughout the Bay Area is our way of balancing freedom and stability in our lives, but it’s by no means the only way. Here on the blog, we want to start sharing stories from other people who have found ways to incorporate the freedom and mobility of travel into their lives without sacrificing the stability of their career, or dare I say, rent-controlled apartment.

If you have adopted a unique lifestyle that allows you to work and travel in a way that inspires people, I want to talk to you. If someone you know has adopted a unique lifestyle that allows him or her to work and travel in a way that inspires people, please introduce me.

You can email me at [email protected] or submit your story right here.

Bottom line? Spread the word!


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